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Tips for Speed in Menu & Internet in Win XP

Increase menu speed in XP

How to increase the Menu speed in Windows [ applicable to all version ]

   when you move your mouse on the start menu of windows or any other application program will notice the time delay in loading the submenus or menu items.

Here is the tips to get increase the menu speed.

Step 1 :
Start>run>type as regedit
step 2 :
 HKEY_current_user > control panel > desktop > in the rightpane [ menushowdelay=400 change it into 0 ]

You should notice an increased speed in the menu items. Just move your mouse over the start button, you will noitce all the submenu items will get loaded very fastly…….
 [ restart required ]

Boost your internet speed in XP

One of the possible reason for slow connection speed in XP may be of this QoS (Quality of Service) Installed.

In order to remove this reserved quota you should logged on as administrator.

Steps 1:
Go to Start > run > and type ‘gpedit.msc’ 

Expand ‘local computer policy’ branch > Computer Configuration > administrative templates’ branch > then ‘network’ branch.
Then expand the network branch > then highlight the ‘QoS Packet Schedular’.

In the right window, double click the ‘limit reservable bandwidth’ settings. Then on the setting tab, check ‘enabled’ the limit reser.bandwidth and change the ‘Bandwidth limit %’ to read 0. You should notice an immediate boost in your internet connection speed 🙂

src : Digit special [ Tips and Tricks 2003 – free with DIGIT magazine


April 25, 2005 - Posted by | XP_cool Tips

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